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    Martha SwiftMartha
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    I found this recipe on http://www.epicurious.com.  We use a lot of it, and it keeps a long time, so I quadruple the recipe when I make it.  The quadruple amounts are in parentheses.

     

    Worcestershire Sauce:

    1/2 cup (2 cups) apple cider vinegar

    2 Tblesps (1/2 cup) tamari soy sauce (San-J brand–this is just made with soy–no wheat)

    2 Tblesps (1/2 cup) water

    1 Tblesp (1/4 cup) molasses (or yacon syrup)

    1/4 tsp (1 tsp) ground ginger

    1/4 tsp (1 tsp) dry mustard

    1/4 tsp (1 tsp) onion powder

    1/4 tsp (1 tsp) garlic powder

    1/8 tsp (1/2 tsp) cinnamon

    1/8 tsp (1/2 tsp) pepper

     

    Place all ingredients in a medium saucepan and stir thoroughly. 

    Bring to a boil, stirring constantly.  Simmer 1 minute. Cool.

    Store in the refrigerator.

    Makes 3/4 cup (3 cups).

    Shake well before using.

     

    #9598
    Lori Quandtfarmwife67
    Member

    Does anyone know if there is a substitute for soy sauce. My doctor doesn't want me to eat soy.

    #9603
    Martha SwiftMartha
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    You could try using mustard.  I've substitued mustard for soy in a couple of recipes with good results.  I've no idea if it would work here, but might be worth a try.

    #9622
    Sarah BeatonSarah
    Member

    Yes!  I just discovered it a year ago – it tastes identical to soy sauce – it's called Raw Coconut Aminos and it's in a soy sauce type bottle.  I buy mine at Whole Foods (they have it in the raw section and in the soy sauce section) but they also have it at my local health food store.  The brand is Coconut Secret.(coconutsecret.com, 888-369-3393)

    #9639
    Ellen HuttoEllen
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    Braggs liquid aminos. Any health food store or publix should have it.

    #9664
    Kathryn BarryKathryn Barry
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    I just LOVE this forum!!  I swear it is as good as going to college!

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